Reid Health is looking for Family Medicine Core Faculty members to devote the majority (at least 60%) of their professional effort to the residency program in teaching, administration, scholarly activity, and patient care within the program. Reid Health is a well-established network with excellent specialty and sub-specialty support located 1 hour east of Indianapolis, IN, 45 minutes west of Dayton, OH, and 1 hour north of Cincinnati, OH. The residency program started in 2015 with its first PGY1 class.
Practice Highlights: >Focus on educating and advising Family Medicine residents in an AOA accredited, 3-year residency program >Program Development opportunity >Market competitive salary and excellent benefits package
Board Certified, Family Medicine physician with at least 3 years of experience as a practicing physician. Must obtain/maintain Indiana Medical License.
2 openings. Employer will assist with relocation costs.
Reid Hospital is a 217-bed regional referral center located in east central Indiana. Our primary care patient base covers 150,000 and our secondary market for specialty services reaches 250,000! In 2008, we opened a brand new Hospital, Outpatient Care Center and Medical Office Building after outgrowing our 100 year old campus! Our quality and technology is top notch! Reid Heart & Vascular Center's... heart surgery program received the highest rating from Society of Thoracic Surgeons (STS), putting the Reid program in the top 13% nationally.
Our well-rounded medical staff of just over 200 physicians is large to offer many specialties and sub-specialties but small enough that you get to know all the physicians on a professional and personal level.
Richmond, Indiana has a population of 40,000 in a county of 72,000. Within 35 minutes of Dayton, Ohio and 60 minutes to Indianapolis and Cincinnati. Home to Earlham College, Indiana University East and Ivy Tech Community College. Excellent private and public schools. Family oriented community with Performing Arts Center, Symphony Orchestra, Civic Theater, Museum, public and private golf courses, lots of local youth sports and activities, Brookville Lake, state and local parks and much more.